Livanta LLC today announced that national measurement leader, Sharon Hibay, RN, DNP, was recently named Senior Director, Quality Metrics & Innovation. In her role Dr. Hibay will be responsible for discovering, developing, and implementing innovative techniques, measures, and solutions to ensure the highest quality for both internal and external purposes of the organization. She will directly support Livanta’s strategic vision to offer its federal healthcare and other clients the most cost-effective, dynamic, and leading-edge answers to their medical review, information, and measurement needs.
Tetra Tech, Inc. announced recently it was awarded an indefinite delivery, indefinite quantity contract by the U.S. Air Force for architectural-engineering services worldwide (A-E13 Environmental Services). This multiple-award contract ceiling is $500M
Livanta LLC today announced that Kirk Grothe was recently named Chief Executive Officer (CEO). In his role as CEO he will develop Livanta’s strategic vision and guide the firm’s overall direction.
The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (USACE) Engineering and Support Center, Huntsville has selected Siemens to be its long-term partner to address water and energy infrastructure needs and improve energy efficiency at the Corpus Christi Army Depot (CCAD)
In recent months, Concepts, Inc., an independent communications firm specializing in disability and employment issues, secured four new contracts focused on expanding inclusion for people with disabilities in the workplace and community
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